March 2022 Calendar

By Les Tanner

Double-checking with event coordinators about the following locations, dates, and times is recommended.

Southwestern Idaho

1                 Family Night Out: Cooking class. Flavors and foods of the Mediterranean region including a delicious baked falafel and fresh and colorful veggie dish.  All ages (Youth under 16 must be accompanied by an enrolled adult). Cost: $16 per person. Register at 208-608-7680. 
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM, Boise Urban Garden School, 2995 N Five Mile Rd. Boise

1                 The High Kings Concert: Irish Music at it’s Best! $20 $25 $35 Adult, $10 $15 $20 Child/Student. 7 PM Jewett Auditorium, C of I, Caldwell

1                 Kilroy Coffee Klatch: FREE to any and all veterans! The general public is welcome, but admission rates do apply.
10 AM-Noon, Warhawk Air Museum, Nampa

3                 First Thursday: Downtown Boise

3-6             Idaho Sportsman Show: Expo Idaho, Garden City

5                 36th Annual Chili Cook Off:
11 AM – 2 PM, Idaho City

5                 Museum Work Day: Volunteers welcome; 8 AM; Lunchtime Seminar (bring your own lunch): Amy Dolan and Ron Bitner, “Bees”.  The O.J.Smith Museum of Natural History, Boone Hall, The College of Idaho, Caldwell

3/5-5/22   Art Exhibit: “Contemporary Cuban Art: History, Identity, and Materiality”, from the collection of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.  Boise Art Museum, Julia Davis Park, Boise

4-5             2022 ISSA State Snowmobile Ride: The Ride is hosted by the Warm Lake Riders Association, and all snowmobilers are welcome. North Shore Lodge and Resort, McCall

5-6             65th Annual Rock and Gem Show: O’Connor Field House, Caldwell

8                 Indianhead Fly Fishers:  7 PM – 10 PM, Idaho Pizza Company, Weiser

9                 Wednesday Morning Birders:
9 AM – 11 AM, Esther Simplot Park, Boise

10              Thursday Afternoon Read: Join the Caldwell Public Library book club at 2 PM, as we discuss the latest books.  Ages 18+.  Check https://www.caldwellpubliclibrary.org/thursday-afternoon-reads for information about the books to be discussed.  Public Library, Caldwell

10              Gem State Fiddlers: 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM, Weiser Community Center, Weiser

11              Brigham Young University Living Legends: Celebrating the native cultural heritage of North and South America and the South Pacific, Living Legends presents a vibrant spectacle of energy, music, costume, and dance.$15-$20 Adult ; $8-$10 Child, 7 PM, Caldwell High School, Caldwell

11-13         49th Boise Roadster Show: Expo Idaho, Garden City

12              The Idaho Wild West Seminar: The event will hold its annual program Saturday, March 12th, 2022 at the museum in Murphy, from 9 AM – 3:30 PM. There is no charge for the event.  Murphy

12              Courageous Kids Climbing: For children with special needs (developmental or physical) who would like to learn to climb, soar and experience an exciting new adventure.  10 AM – Noon, Vertical View, 1334 E Bird Dog Dr., Meridian

17              Thursday Evening Read: Join the Caldwell Public Library book club at 6:30 PM, as we discuss the latest books.  Ages 18+.  Check https://www.caldwellpubliclibrary.org/thursday-afternoon-reads for the books to be discussed. Public Library, Caldwell

19              “Pause, Look, and Listen” Birding Event: Join Golden Eagle Audubon for a different kind of birding experience. The ‘Pause, Look, & Listen’ series focuses on a stationary and holistic approach to observing birds and being in nature.  9 AM – 10 AM, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, 5657 E Warm Springs Ave, Boise

3/19-4/30 4th Annual Land Art Exhibit: Site-specific art pieces all made from natural materials like clay, leaves, seeds, stones, wood, and wool.  9 AM – 5 PM, Idaho Botanical Garden, Boise

21–25        Spring Break Activities: Free STEM activities at BLOCKFest™ building stations. KEVA® planks, large foam blocks, small counting cubes and more will be available around the exhibit hall for children of all ages to build and play. Free timed tickets will be available here approximately one month prior to the event. Two sessions to choose from: 10 AM – 11 AM or 11 AM – Noon. Boise WaterShed, 11818 W Joplin Rd, Boise

23              Mobile Food Pantry: Organized by the Idaho Foodbank. 12:15 PM – 2 PM,
211 19th Ave N, Nampa

23-28         Treefort Music Fest, Boise

25-27         Boise Flower & Garden Show: Boise Centre, Boise

26              2022 Expo 4-H Mustang Trainer Trail Challenge: 4-H clubs that have been training mustangs since January 29th will showcase their horses at a Trail Challenge!  Event is open to the public and the 4-H youth will start showing promptly at
10 AM. The horses being shown will then be available for adoption at the Idaho Horse Expo, April 10th.  Location: S. Pleasant Valley Road, Boise 

26              Oregon Shadow Theatre presents PUSS IN BOOTS:  Live voices and Cajun, Zydeco and Caribbean music give spicy flavor to this production. 11 AM.  El Korah Shrine, 1118 West Idaho Street (downstairs), Boise

3/31-4/2   Idaho FRC Regional Competition: Robotics team competition. Contacts: llallissskogsberg@firstinspires.org .  Ford Idaho Center, Nampa

3/31-4/3   Moppet Togs: Children’s Consignment Sale, North Expo, Expo Idaho, Garden City blocks, small counting cubes and more will be available around the exhibit hall for children of all ages to build and play. Free timed tickets will be available here approximately one month prior to the event. Two sessions to choose from:
10 AM – 11 AM or 11AM – Noon. Boise WaterShed, 11818 W Joplin Rd, Boise

Central Idaho

3-31           Sun Valley Culinary Institute Tours: THURSDAYS.  Free tours open to the general public, 1 PM.  Sun Valley Culinary Institute, 211 N Main St., Ketchum  

20              Breakfast at the Legion Hall:
8 AM – 10 AM. American Legion Hall, Challis

Eastern Idaho

5                 Idaho Bridal Fair 2022: 9 AM – 2 PM, Red Lion Hotel,  Pocatello

7                 2022 Telemark Festival: 10:30 AM – 4 PM, Pebble Creek Ski Area, Inkom

7                 Donuts with Grown Ups: PTO will be providing a FREE Donut with Grown-up event in the Cafeteria and Gym to celebrate the end of 1st Trimester!! Bring one grown-up to school and eat donuts together.
7:45 AM – 8:15 AM, Sunnyside Elementary School, Idaho Falls

11-13         Idaho State Volleyball Championships: Mountain View Event Center, Pocatello

12              Spring Mini-Cassia Craft Fair: Fine art, fine craft, crafts, flea market, commercial/retail, homegrown products and antique/collectibles exhibitors, and food booths. Admission tickets are $4.  Burley

19              “Intimate and Elegant”: Idaho Falls Symphony performance. 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM, Civic Center for the Performing Arts, 501 S Holmes Ave., Idaho Falls

19              Masterworks Concert with BYU-Idaho Symphony–Rexburg: 7 PM, Barrus Concert Hall – BYU-Idaho, Rexburg

24-26         Pocatello Spring Fair: This year’s Fair will host more than 200 vendors offering products and services related to all things related to cars, homes, and more. Thursday, Noon-9 PM; Friday, Noon-10pm; Saturday, 10 AM – 7 PM. Idaho State University Holt Arena, Pocatello

26              The Spinning Tales of Peter Pan & Cinderella on Ice:  Sit on the edge of your seats as professional champion ice skaters, Broadway level singers, and cirque performers captivate you in a world where magic is real, adventure is epic, and love is harmonious. 
Adult $20-$25, Child $10-Child $15.
Stephens Center, ISU, Pocatello     

31              Bedtime Stories: 3:30 PM, Marshall Public Library, Pocatello

Southern Idaho

3-6             “The Addams Family” Play: A comical feast that embraces the wackiness in every family.  For all ages.  7:30 PM Thursday through Saturday; 2:00 PM Saturday and Sunday. Tickets: $15. CSI Fine Arts Theater, Twin Falls

5                 Free Boat Safety Course: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM,
Cassia County Sheriff’s Office Law Enforcement Building, Burley

12              St. Patrick’s Fun Run & Walk: 8 AM – 3 PM, Malad Gorge State Park, Hagerman

18              Musicians Brent Jensen and Bill Anschell: All ages. $10/adults, $8/seniors, or $6/students.  7:30 PM – 9 PM, CSI Fine Arts Auditorium, Twin Falls

Northern Idaho

3-6             Home & Garden Show: Kootenai County Fairgrounds, Coeur d’Alene

4-6             Harry W. Lee Squirt Hockey Classic: Palouse Ice Rink, Moscow

5                 Moscow Spring Market: There will be an array of vendors selling original works or locally grown or produced artisan items. Hours: 9 AM – 1 PM, 1912 Center, Moscow

6                 Concert 5 – Masterworks for Winds: Washington Idaho Symphony,  3 PM – 5 PM, Silverthorne Theatre, Lewiston

7-28           Pre-School Story Time: MONDAYS. 11 AM,
Public Library, Priest Lake

9                 Well~Read Morning Book Club: Well-Read Moose, Coeur d’Alene

12              Moscow Cabin Fever Spin:  Moscow is home to a wide array of fiber artists and so much talent-and March is cabin fever time. $2 suggested donation at the door, proceeds go towards kids’ knitting groups in the community. 9 AM – 4 PM, Latah County Fairgrounds, Moscow

14              High School Music Concert: 7 PM, Grangeville High School, Grangeville

25-27         Blues Festival: The Coeur d’Alene Resort, Coeur d’Alene

26              AKA Spring Open: JiuJitsu Tournament. $5 admission for anybody who is not competing. North Idaho College Christian Gymnasium, 1000 W Garden Ave, Coeur d’Alene

 

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Les Tanner is shown here with his late wife, Ruby, to whom he was married for more than sixty years, and who also was on the staff of IDAHO magazine. When Les, a retired teacher, isn’t working on the magazine's calendar, proofreading, fishing, writing, playing pickleball, or pulling weeds, he’s out looking for Jimmy the cat.